Moonstruck Farms

  (Phelan, California)
Moonstruck Farms CSA
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Wow!!

Thank you everyone for your overwhelming support of the Bashaw Farm.  They are down to approximately 25 turkeys and I think they will be gone by the end of the week.  If you need one for Christmas you should get it now (I get one for every Christmas....the McDermotts love turkey for Christmas...they are not "ham" people and they eat a LOT....all big strapping Irish boys...one is a Triathlete, one Custom Construction Worker and my Black Belt and Farmer Husband, and a sister that is almost as active as them!!).  The Bashaws only have only a few pork shares left too so I went ahead and picked up some more piglets so that shares will be available again in April for the CSA customers.  There are two sides available for that batch too.  We are scrambling to get caught up around here with getting the animals set up in their new pens, designing the poultry business takeover for next year and getting the lettuce going!!  It is amazing to watch how the seed knows when to germinate around here.  Lettuce is popping up everywhere outside, but inside the greenhouse the ground temps are still high so I am germinating more tomatoes than lettuce!! I guess I need to be a little more generous with the ventilation to get those ground temps down.  Automatic vents are on the list for next year and that will make a "no brainer", and save me time.  We found out that we are still on the list for Dynocore wind mills, but Edison went through the applications with a fine tooth comb and rejected over 80%....hopefully we were not one of them...say a prayer!!   We are constantly learning around here....no getting bored in that division, and it is fun playing "scientist" all the time.  My next experiment....plastic rain gutter over the rows of Arugula and radishes outside to see if they receive enough sunlight, but shelter from the wind and extreme temperatures.  Wish me luck....Moonstruck signing out!!
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